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Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio
Old 12-31-2006, 12:10 PM   #1
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Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio

Can anyone direct me to a website where I can enter a model portfolio of mutual funds and determine the Standard Deviation of the portfolio over different time periods. I have no problem finding the Standard Deviation for the individual funds but I want to determine the SD for different portfolios as a whole.

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Re: Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio
Old 12-31-2006, 12:52 PM   #2
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Re: Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio

I haven't used it myself, but people have mentioned http://www.riskgrades.com/
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Re: Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio

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I haven't used it myself, but people have mentioned http://www.riskgrades.com/
Thanks. Just checked it out. Looks promising. Limiting factor is risk data only goes back to 1999.
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Re: Calculating Standard Deviation (Risk) for Portfolio

Since I'm with Etrade, it's build into my account options. I played with it a little but wasn't too excited about it.
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